The green-left coalition MORAMO launched

The green-left coalition MORAMO launched

Members of the electoral coalition are the Don't Let Belgrade D(r)own movement, the Open Civic Platform ACTION, the Environmental Uprising, as well as a large number of activists and local movements.

Members of the electoral coalition are the Don’t Let Belgrade D(r)own movement, the Open Civic Platform ACTION, the Environmental Uprising, as well as a large number of activists and local movements.

Constitutional referendum unites the opposition

Constitutional referendum unites the opposition

Four of the five pre-election opposition coalitions are calling on citizens to take part in the referendum and vote NO.

Four of the five pre-election opposition coalitions are calling on citizens to take part in the referendum and vote NO.

All the protesters’ demands have been met: the draft Law on Expropriation is being withdrawn, and the Law on Referendum will be amended

Aleksandar Vučić stated on Wednesday that he would return the Law on Expropriation to the Serbian Parliament for reconsideration and that he proposed changes to the Law on Referendum and People's Initiative.

Aleksandar Vučić stated on Wednesday that he would return the Law on Expropriation to the Serbian Parliament for reconsideration and that he proposed changes to the Law on Referendum and People’s Initiative.

Thousands of citizens successfully block traffic at several dozen locations in Serbia on Saturday

On December 4, for the second weekend in a row, citizens gathered to protest against the adoption of the Law on Expropriation and the Law on Referendum, and the implementation of the Rio Tinto Jadar project.

On December 4, for the second weekend in a row, citizens gathered to protest against the adoption of the Law on Expropriation and the Law on Referendum, and the implementation of the Rio Tinto Jadar project.

Don’t Let Belgrade D(r)own and Solidarity presented an agreement on cooperation

The Don't Let Belgrade D(r)own movement (NDMBG) and political platform Solidarity presented an agreement on joint action in promoting the platform "For a Good City", with the goal of offering citizens policies "that will enable us to live in a green, solidary and a just city."

The Don’t Let Belgrade D(r)own movement (NDMBG) and political platform Solidarity presented an agreement on joint action in promoting the platform “For a Good City”, with the goal of offering citizens policies “that will enable us to live in a green, solidary and a just city.”

Green-Left Coalition and Tomislav Tomašević take a lead in the first round of local elections in Zagreb

According to the still unofficial results of the local elections in Croatia, the support received by the green-left coalition We can! (Možemo!) announces changes on the political scene of the neighbouring country.

According to the still unofficial results of the local elections in Croatia, the support received by the green-left coalition We can! (Možemo!) announces changes on the political scene of the neighbouring country.

Tatlin's Tower, the project for the Monument to the Third International; Photo: Aurelien Guichard / Flickr

An internationalist collective endeavor in times of rising instability: discussing the Eastern European Left Media Network

How much do we Eastern Europeans know about each other? What kind of information can we acquire about each others' local context? Where is this information produced, in what language and based on what political views and underlying ideologies?

How much do we Eastern Europeans know about each other? What kind of information can we acquire about each others’ local context? Where is this information produced, in what language and based on what political views and underlying ideologies?

Sarah Leonard: Developing sharp, well-informed leftists is as important a role for magazines as publishing left ideas

Sarah Leonard is a journalist and editor of several left-leaning magazines and online magazines, which are becoming more and more common in the United States. Together with Bhaskar Sunkara, she edited a collection of essays entitled: "The Future We Want: Radical Ideas for the New Century". We met Sarah in Belgrade last year on her journey through Southeast Europe, and we renewed the conversation during the past few months marked by the coronavirus pandemic.

Sarah Leonard is a journalist and editor of several left-leaning magazines and online magazines, which are becoming more and more common in the United States. Together with Bhaskar Sunkara, she edited a collection of essays entitled: “The Future We Want: Radical Ideas for the New Century”. We met Sarah in Belgrade last year on her journey through Southeast Europe, and we renewed the conversation during the past few months marked by the coronavirus pandemic.

In Search Of a Base: The Democratic Party and the US Election

Trump's victory in the 2016 elections accelerated the destabilization of the party system in the United States. In practice, the Democrats split into three groups, each with its own vision for rebuilding the party base. With Biden's candidacy, the future of the Democrats remains uncertain, as do the electoral possibilities of the American left within the given framework of electoral policy.

Trump’s victory in the 2016 elections accelerated the destabilization of the party system in the United States. In practice, the Democrats split into three groups, each with its own vision for rebuilding the party base. With Biden’s candidacy, the future of the Democrats remains uncertain, as do the electoral possibilities of the American left within the given framework of electoral policy.

Party of the Radical Left founded

The Party of the Radical Left (PRL) was formed by transforming the Social Democratic Union, whose members adopted the new political Programme, the Declaration of Workers' Rights, as well as the necessary statutory changes, at the 12th regular congress. According to the programme, the PRL will "fight for a socialist society based on equality, solidarity, freedom, democracy, internationalism, anti-imperialism and anti-fascism, a society in which people will be more important than profit".

The Radical Left Party (Partija radikalne levice, PRL) was formed by transforming the Social Democratic Union, whose members adopted the new political Programme, the Declaration of Workers’ Rights, as well as the necessary statutory changes, at the 12th regular congress. According to the programme, the PRL will “fight for a socialist society based on equality, solidarity, freedom, democracy, internationalism, anti-imperialism and anti-fascism, a society in which people will be more important than profit”.